A Technical Manual Writer determines the clearest and most logical way to present information for reader comprehension, works with a variety of documentation in support of the NISCC II contract, and ensures all contract documentation is consistent with precedents and defensible with the law and regulations. The Technical Manual Writer interprets directives from the customer, both internal and external, and provides direction, coordination, and monitoring for inclusion in the contract documentation. Assures effective management policies, determines and recommends new and revised policies, and implements appropriate administrative procedures that provide maximum efficiency. Serves on a variety of committees, panels, or investigative teams to resolve administrative problems.
- Determines the clearest and most logical way to present information for the greatest reader comprehension.
- Works closely with a variety of technical subject matter experts and works to translate requirements into easy-to-understand procedures and processes. Self-sufficient ownership of work and interaction with multiple design teams/engineers is required to secure content necessary for content creation/revision.
- Maintains revision controls, works with databases and digital libraries, and manages multiple projects and priorities in a dynamic work environment.
- Coordinates review, publication, and delivery of artifacts.
- Participation in planning and design of artifacts (both internal and CDRL based; templates and content). This may include the creation of procedures based on standardized templates and the conversion of legacy documentation into current standardized templates.
- Supports standard Agile ritual meetings (sprint planning, daily stand-ups, backlog grooming, sprint reviews, and retrospectives) as necessary.
- Attends and participates in large-scale Agile planning events.
- Preparation, coordination and consolidation of documentation artifacts IAW DoD/DID standards and/or corporate templates and requirements for a review. This will primarily include software user manuals, maintenance manuals, security guides, work instructions, CDRL requirements, and meeting minutes.
- Must have strong time management skills, be highly self-motivated, and be able to work independently as well as within a collaborative team environment.
- Experience in production and delivery of documents and artifacts IAW DoD/DID standards and/or corporate templates and requirements.
- Excellent interpersonal, verbal, and written communication skills. Must understand grammatical conventions and write in a clear and fluent manner. Strong verbal and written communication skills.
- Exceptional analytical and conceptual thinking skills paired with a willingness to take on new challenges and build on current skills.
- Experience with the ETIMS TO system.
- Fluency in common technical and office software such as Word, Adobe Acrobat DC Pro, SharePoint, and FrameMaker.
- 2+ years of Higher Education with 2-3 years progressive experience, or any equivalent combination of relevant education and experience.
- Adept at coordination and integration of content from various stakeholders.
- Experience working on government documentation including software user manuals, and CRDL deliveries.
- Attention to detail and ability to check technical material for consistency and accuracy.
Vacancy Type: Full Time
Job Location: Colorado Springs, CO, US
Application Deadline: N/A